Sindh The new epicenter of global instability

Sindh has always been a fertile and rich country. For thousands of years, it had maintained trade links with other countries, some of them in far-flung regions of the world. Historians have found evidence that ships carrying merchandise from Sindh regularly called at the ports of Egypt, Java, China and Sri Lanka. From these countries, […]

How does both the Marxist and capitalist philosophical crisis get stimulus from the each other (Part 3 of 5)

How does both the Marxist and capitalist philosophical crisis get stimulus from the each other (Part 3 of 5). causes of the diversifying the productive and not-productive fields into multiple divisions of the societies in the world. Alienation of productive force from the production work for the whole society at that time, the reasons were […]

How does both the Marxist and capitalist philosophical crisis get stimulus from the each other (Part4 of 5)

How does both the Marxist and capitalist philosophical crisis get stimulus from the each other (Part4 of 5)   Situational factors leads to organizational factors from individual to massive way was the real potential source of the society for its progress and its advancements from ancient to present capitalism in the world indifferently to all […]

The Great Indian Civilization Overtook The Total Slave System In Ancient Social Transitional Phases In The Indian Society By Jumping Out The Slave Sys

The Great Indian civilization overtook the total slave system in ancient social transitional phases in the Indian society by jumping out the slave system of Greeks, Babylonians and     Europeans as a different way of Marxism, in India Without going into the different controversies on the period of Manu, on whose name, the Manu code of laws, […]

Illogical blame game

People who study current affairs and history can tell us that seldom it is heard that China blamed any nation or super power to interfere in its national affairs. But it is a reality that China too blames other nations but their way of complaining is very straight, decent and effective. Still we remember that […]

Global Disarmament And Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty

In its attempt to realize the long cherished dream of global disarmament United Nation Security Council has stepped a leap forward by adopting a fresh resolution (Resolution No.1887), which asks every nation to sign Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT). But here lies the question; will only signing to the NPT suffice the cause? To get […]

India an accommodating nation

India may seem to be a devil to us but the reality is that the world is not afraid of India’s ambitions. For decades we have made great efforts to portray India as a usurper of the rights of Kashmiri people but India was smart enough to persuade the world about our intervention in Kashmir. […]

INTERNAL SECURITY – NEED OF THE HOUR

December 6, 1992 : A dark day in the history of India. A blot on Indian democracy. The day on which lakhs of Karsevaks under the umbrella of various factions of Sangh Parivar of course exhorted by the latter thronged Ayodhya and turned the 16th century mosque Babri Masjid into rubble in the full glare […]

Replacing Kyoto with an Universally Acceptable Treaty

The Copenhagen Climate Conference of 2009 was doomed to failure before it ever began. The division between the major polluters and the rest of the world was just too wide. Even the two largest polluters, the USA and China, could not agree with each other.In hindsight, it is good news that the meeting failed. The […]

A CITIZEN’S MESSAGE ON THE EVE OF 2010

Our Rashtrapati (President) Ms. Prathibha Patil is of my mother’s age. Hence I have a special regard for her. While my mother remains the titular head of my tharavadu (ancestral home), Ms. Patil is the titular head of a more bigger tharavadu, India ie. Bharat. While my mother’s name is confined to a few areas […]